Monthly Archives: March 2011
In a world where most people view their pets as members of their family, finding a good pet sitter is as important as finding the right pre-school. And now, this need is translating into income opportunities for retired seniors. Read what it takes to become a pet sitter. – Global Animal
Ever wonder how the first legs on animals were formed? This fascinating article takes us back in time, way back in time, to take a look at the fossil history. – Global Animal
This lioness has chosen a babysitter for her cubs, and he isn't what you'd expect. They might not be the same species, but this guy sure knows how to communicate with lions. Watch the incredible video of the love and trust between lion and man. — Global Animal
Scientists have found that some kinds of monkeys feel self-doubt and uncertainty, which shows these monkeys are aware of their own thinking, and the possibility that they might be wrong. This awareness was once thought to be solely a human trait. What sorts of implications could this study have? Read on to find out.